Comedy actor Sharan, the brother of actress Shruthi, has slammed the reports that he refused to dub for the film Mathondu Madhuvena. He says that there was small miscommunication that led it to the misunderstanding between me and producer Umesh Banakar. The actor requested not to sensitise the issue.
A few portals have reported that Sharan has become trouble-maker to producers. He refused to dub for Dinesh Babu's upcoming movie Mathondu Madhuvena after he did not receive Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) certificate for his remuneration from Umesh Banakar. With this incident, the producer was very upset with him.
In a phone conversation with Oneindia, Sharan dismissed reports of denying for dubbing for the film. He said, "As a formality, I asked for the TDS certificate, when the producer requested me to come down for dubbing. Later, he has tried to contact me, but failed because I was out of station at the moment and my cell phone did not have proper network over there. This has misled him to feel that I have refused to dub, but honestly I went to studio next day and completed the dubbing work."
He added, "Umashankar is my close friend. We have lot of good understanding between us. It's a small issue, which I call it communication gap due to network problem. This gap has led him to misunderstand me. I request media to drop this issue and not to sensitise it further."
It is also reported that Umesh Banakar has decided not to work with Sharan in future. When asked about it, the Sandalwood comedian said, "Basically, he is a good producer and friend for me. As an actor, I would like to work with him in his future project. I don't know whether he has vowed not work with me or not. But the doors of my house are always opened for him if he wants me to star in his future projects."
However, the Kannada film actor is in Madikere, where he is busy shooting for Shilpa Ganesh's upcoming film Kool, which stars Golden star Ganesh and actress Sana Khan. Talking about the film, Sharan said, “We will wrap up the shooting of Kool in a week or ten days and return to Bangalore."